Makueni Deputy Governor Adelina Mwau on Thursday called for the involvement of all stakeholders in implementation of government projects.
Mwau said that the governor and herself were able to stand out in development because they have always involved the Makueni people through the public participation model in the county.
The DG raised concerns over the formation of a committee to oversee the construction of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institution in Nunguni which she said was formed without the input of the local residents.
“I am surprised to hear there is already a committee formed to manage the proposed college when Kaiti people were not involved, ” the DG said.
She further explained that together with Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana they have been able to achieve a lot for the county because they avoided politics in development.
“Let us not bring politics into development matters otherwise governor Kibwana and I would not have come this far, ” Mwau advised.
She was addressing a meeting convened between the Kaiti constituency leadership and Kilungu Elders group to streamline Kaiti development agenda.
The county government has already allocated a five -acres plot of land for the construction of the institution, request which was made by the elders
The Elders Group through their chairperson Mr Julius Kilonzo appreciated the Deputy Governor for the allocation saying that the institution was going to help secure the future of their youth.
” We are grateful for the plot of land because the future of our young people will be taken care of when the institution will be established,” Mr Kilonzo said.